Human Resource Management Report - Woodhill College

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HUMAN RESOURCEMANAGEMENT
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3PART 1............................................................................................................................................3TASK 1............................................................................................................................................3a) Explain the purpose of workforce planning and the role of the HR manager with regardsworkforce planning and resourcing for Woodhill College.....................................................3b) Explain the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches to recruitment and selection.4TASK 2............................................................................................................................................4a) Write a job advertisement for the role................................................................................4b) Identify suitable platforms to place the advertisement......................................................5c) Prepare a job description and person specification for the role.........................................5PART 2 ...........................................................................................................................................6TASK 3............................................................................................................................................6a) Explain the difference between training and development................................................6b) Describe how training needs are identified and the methods of training used by Tesco...7c) Explain the benefits for Tesco and the employees in having a systematic approach totraining and development.......................................................................................................7d) Evaluate the effectiveness of Tesco’s training and development practice in terms ofdelivering a return on investment...........................................................................................8PART 3............................................................................................................................................9TASK 4............................................................................................................................................9a) Provide an analysis on the importance for ITV to maintain good employee relations andhow it influences their HR decision making as a result.........................................................9b) Identify and briefly explain the key elements of employment legislation and how thisinfluences ITV’s HR decision making.................................................................................10CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................11REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................12
INTRODUCTIONHuman resource management is a managerial team in the organisation which deals withthe recruitment as well as selection of the personnel and provide required training to theemployees in an efficient way. Training and development programmes undertaken by anorganisation brings beneficial results to same, as employees are key drivers of success of thefirms. Woodhill College is a South Africa based educational institution. The present reportcontains a detailed evaluation of human resource management team in cited organisation i.e.Woodhill. There is requirement of teachers at the mentioned firm, the report focuses on therecruitment as well as selection process and the training programme that can be adopted for theappointed teachers. PART 1TASK 11.1 Explain the purpose of workforce planning and the role of the HR manager with regardsworkforce planning and resourcing for Woodhill CollegeEvery organisation needs to plan its workforce for attaining gaining results for thebusiness. Workforce planning avoids hindrances in the growth and development of a venture.The present firm is an educational institute that deals with providing knowledge and guidance forstudents (Cascio, 2018). It undertakes the workforce planning activities in order to appointefficient teaching staff for their students. Teaching staff can bring good academic results as wellas well-mannered behaviour of the students studying in the institute. Role of the HR manager or the workforce planning manager is to recognise therequirement of employees in order to undertake the organisational activities. The role of the HRmanager appointed at the cited institute, is to look after turnovers at schools as well as generatethe requirement of workforce for the future. This will ensure the firm in continuing with regularclasses for students. Otherwise, there may occur disturbances in the studies of the students in theorganisation. These disturbances may adversely impact academic results for concerned studentsas well as the mentioned educational institute. The HR managers deals with forecasting andthereby recruiting the personnel in firm. They can also provide training to the recruitedemployees. This role played by HR managers helps the cited educational institute to provide
enhanced and effective knowledge through teaching sessions for students, as the managers areinvolved with recruiting efficient staff. In order to accomplish desired results, following are purpose of workforce planning androle of the HR manager to resource the Wood Hill college:Encourage proper number of candidates to fill the vacancy in business.Appropriate selection process needed to increasing systematic work performance. Reduceunemployment issues in the business.1.2 Explain the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches to recruitment and selectionThere are numerous approaches or methods available in order to recruit and select therequired teachers or staff for the concerned organisation. (Brewster and Hegewisch, 2017). Adetailed explanation of these approaches along with their strengths and weaknesses are givenhere:Internal Sourcing: This approach includes selection among the existing as well ascompetent employees for undertaking the teaching activities required in cited firm.Strength; This approach requires no or low cost in the recruitment and trainingprocess.In addition to this, manager well known about the candidates because theyare planning from internal department.Weakness: It may generate burden on the existing employees and in return reducetheir competency.However, lack of innovative ideas take place in the business toaccomplish desired results. External Sourcing: It requires the cited venture to select and appoint the personnel fromoutside the organisation. In other words, it includes recruiting as well as selecting fresherfor the vacancies in the institute. Strength; The fresher may possess new and effective teaching skills and thus,generating good environment.Weakness: The lack of experience factor may become an area of concern for the firm.Third Party Sourcing: This approach involves an agency which can be hired by thementioned school in respect of appointing efficient as well as competent staff for thestudents.

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